6" Aphelandra Squarrosa "Zebra plant"
6" Aphelandra Squarrosa "Zebra plant"
6" Aphelandra Squarrosa "Zebra plant"
6" Aphelandra Squarrosa "Zebra plant"
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6" Aphelandra Squarrosa "Zebra plant"

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Aphelandra Squarrosa offers intriguing foliage that is sure to be a head-turning, conversation starter in your home! With proper care, your plant will reward you with beautiful bracts and blooms for years to come!

CARE: 

Light: indirect light or partial shade

Water: Ensure consistently moist soil, by watering your Zebra plant to saturation every few weeks, allowing the water to completely penetrate the soil until it runs out of your container’s drainage holes. Falling leaves is a sign of too much water. 

Temperature & Humidity: Zebra plants thrive in moderate and consistent temperatures—60 F or higher. Humidity is key for keeping your Zebra plant happy, so choose a place in your home with high humidity (ie. bathroom, or kitchen) or you can increase moisture levels by using a humidifier, misting regularly, or placing your plant on a pebble tray. 

Fertilizer: This will help your Zebra plant grow and increase its ability to flower. During Spring and early Summer feed every one or two weeks using a general-purpose houseplant fertilizer. Yellow flowers could bloom in late summer, early fall depending on your plant’s environment. 

Maintenance: 

  • Early winter – Your plant will enter semi-dormancy is it time to water less frequently, however, do not allow the soil to completely dry out.
  • Late Winter – Should be able to see some new growth and begin to water with a weak fertilizer solution every two weeks. 
  • Early Spring – When new shoots and flower heads develop, move your plant to the brightest possible area and water generously
  • Summer/Fall – This is when you may spot bracts and blooms. When in bloom a Zebra plant bears tall golden bracts that last up to six weeks. Deadhead spent blooms and bracts to make room for new growth.

Growth: 1-2' tall / 1-5' wide

 

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